The interior is all there, the paint shines, and I’m sure it runs in at least some degree because 22RE. All for $2,200. If only...
We have a contract with an Alabama based company called SCA Performance that takes Silverado’s (along with Ram’s, F-150's, Jeep’s, and more) and builds them to be Quite Large. We’ve had a contract with SCA for allegedly quite a few years, I have no idea, to sell their Quite Large trucks. I think they are Quite Large.
Yes, so the beloved 2006 Audi A3 3.2 Quattro that we purchased about four years ago was finally sold...to me. How it was decided that the Audi was to become mine was not particularly a decision of my own, but rather caused by my mother’s purchase of a Jeep Wrangler.
So I started at a local Chevrolet dealer a few weeks ago and these things have been hyped up to extreme levels ever since. Then, last night just before close, judgement day suddenly arrived when a batch of 2019 Silverado’s arrived at the dealer.
I miss my black V70 a lot. 122,000 miles on a mint condition, two owner, black on tan, T5 wagon that was effectively my dream car. I loved carving the wagon through corners and hearing that little turbo whistle at the top of the rev range, but then tragedy struck. Also, I broke my back.
Because we have one for sale.
(Hello, I am not dead! I’ll get around to describing my disappearance at some point, but today I must talk about the Cadillac Escalade. I saw Andrew Collins’ story earlier and was compelled to tell my own Escalade tale. Honestly, they’re garbage but at the same time just so good.)
In the weeks the followed my latest accident, I was conflicted on how I should replace my very loved 2001 Volvo V70 T5. I went back and forth between BMW’s and Saab’s and even considered a Cadillac Escalade, but I really did not know was a suitable and appropriate replacement for my Volvo could be. Then, one stormy…
On Wednesday morning, I rear ended a Ford Escape in stop-and-go traffic at rough 10 miles per hour. I wasn’t even using my phone, rather I was gazing out of the windshield and not fully paying attention to the crossover that had suddenly come to a halt just mere feet in front of the nose of my wagon. Embarrassingly, I…
More or less, there are about fifty manufacturers currently selling cars in the United States, most of which produce at least one model that could be perceived as interesting or special. Nonetheless, some marques sell only drab, boring, unimaginative cars that don’t spark any sort of lust out of a potential buyer or…
We’re looking to replace our lovely 2006 Audi A3 3.2 Quattro with something larger and more practical, especially since we have received a boat from my grandfather. Needless to say, an Audi hatchback is not fit for boat-hauling duty. So now we are on the hunt...
Here it comes!
This is an Official Jack Does Cars TrailBlazer Thread. Post TrailBlazers or experience The Wrath.
Earth is massive. Earth is filled with people. Earth also contains a lot of roads. On these roads, people drive cars. But in what state/country/continent have you driven a car? I’ll start:
Both of the cars I’ve owned have been green. For all intents and purposes, this is the superior green car but it’s still no TrailBlazer.
Is this a crash test vehicle for sale?
I want to sign into Oppositewonk but nothing that I thought would work actually did. Is there any way that somebody could help me? Thank you, here’s a very tasteful BMW 507.
1. This Toyota Solara.
Basically everything related to the HVAC system is going absolutely insane. Lots after the jump.
So a friend of mine is visting Charleston, SC and she sent me this photo of a 1st-gen Volvo V70. Notice anything strange about it?